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Poster: acetboy Date: Jan 11, 2009 2:07pm
Forum: noisecollector Subject: Re: You need a lesson in audio engineering from Mr Talent

Using headphones and checking mixes in mono certainly are common
procedures in studios.

The more ways you check your mixes the better.

It's common for mix engineers to have single small cheap speakers for mono
listening. I bought a set of Radio Shack Optimus Pro 77's based on what I read
in an interview with, I think it was Bob Ludwig.

These are some of the speakers that I have available.




Those MTX's turned up loud will get the attention of your house mates.
They'll all be up in your face like, 'turn that noise down, noisecollector'.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Jan 17, 2009 9:45pm
Forum: noisecollector Subject: Re: You need a lesson in audio engineering from Mr Talent

I wish I had the money for gear that I used too... nice. Looks like I will be going with some behringers or those maudios.

I forgot add that mixing songs with curse words and other adult sounds in them requires headhpones when minors are around, that's if you care.

My songs can be offensive at times if no one noticed...

Ever tried Reaper man? It friggin rocks.